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Family friendly and fun to be at.love the animals .we all enjoyed the time at bay beach... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
deannan141
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Michigan
Very nice, free wildlife Santuary

The grounds look great, the place is well maintained, it is just at edge of the city, but a really... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Shambeau
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Appleton, Wisconsin
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

Great place for families. Great chance to feel close to ducks,geese and animals. Nice walking trails. Good signage. Always something different to see. Great informative exhibits.

Thank Lee H
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Reviewed 6 September 2017 via mobile

Unique spot- we stayed for an hour and didn't see it all! The work they are doing here is incredible and all the animals seemed happy. Bring $1 or $2 cash so that you can feed the ducks and deer corn!

Thank MKR414
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Reviewed 3 September 2017

I can't believe this place is free. The nature center has great interesting and creative exhibits (even if a few of the taxidermized animals might benefit from a dusting). Kids love being able to feed the ducks and geese. The landscape is beautifully done. It is well maintained and the place takes in and rehabilitates injured wildlife. What's not to love? Donate if you can afford it. Keep the place free and support this beautiful organization.

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Reviewed 27 August 2017

Kudos Green Bay! This was a very nice area to enjoy an afternoon. A thousand Geese and Ducks can't all be wrong! We plan on bringing the grand kids back. The grounds were very well taken care of, and the rescued animals appeared to be very well taken care of. It is a very quiet spot on the North end of the city. It is great that someone thought to save this chunk of land that is surrounded by industrial properties. We didn't visit the Amusement Park this time, but I'm sure we will when the Grand Kids see it!

Thank dm8711
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Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

We got there around 5:30 in the evening and we were very pleasantly surprised. There are a few trails. We did the one for birds first. In one of the buildings they give you free bags of corn niblets to feed the ducks and chip monks. Both come within 1-2 feet of you. There is also an area to see eagles, hawks and owls. Then we went to the trail with signs saying deer and wolves. We went down the trail not really expecting to see much and we were surprised that the deer (behind a wire fence) were close enough to touch their noses if we wanted to. A little further down we saw several wolves, one was feeding off of a carcass. This place is free of charge and is wonderful. Along the paths we also saw rabbits and wild turkeys.

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